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When driving engine is jerking. what is the

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Im driving a Honda Accord 95.

When stopping at red lights or just stop the car with engine still running,,,the engine is jerking, the car shakes and once start drivin again it is fine. what is the problem ?

Thank you!

Tracie

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Does it do the same thing when in Neutral?

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Hi there, let me see if I can help.

There's not much info to go on here, but let me try.....

Ok, if it's "pulling or stopping" in a jerking motion. It sounds like it might be engine related, however, it can be transmission issues also. Lets talk about engine.

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It might need a transmission it it continues after the flush, or you have some other problem that isn't obvious to me with the given info. Hope this helps and happy hunting.

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